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Times of India
When blasts anywhere in the world make news, director T S Nagabharana has developed it into a movie plot that depicts the trauma of an honest doctor who is linked to the blasts by influential persons. Armed with a lively script, Nagabharana has excellently narrated the story with sequences that gather momentum scene after scene. It also reflects the corruption that prevails in our system.
The story is about Dr Vasundhara (Aishwarya Nag), known to win hearts of her patients. She saves many lives by giving first aid when a blast occurs in Madiwala (Bangalore) bus stand ignoring her injuries. Her happy journey as doctor ends when she is arrested for her alleged links with Dr Afroz Pasha, (Dharma) a scientist, in a pesticide company. He had to quit the company after he recorded mixing of wrong chemicals to supply to farmers, which resulted in the spread of cancer. Arun Chawla (Bharath Kalyan), company owner, threatens Pasha for recording his activities. The case takes a curious turn when Afroz is also arrested on charges of terrorism. The case comes before the court. Don't miss the arguments by Rajesh and the key factor that save Vasundhara and Afroz. The movie ends with high drama.
Aishwarya Nag is at her best with a performance that brings to life the dull moments in the movie. Jugari Aravind is an ideal choice for the role which he has essayed to perfection. Rajesh, Pannaga Bharana Dharma and Bharath Kalyan have done justice to their roles. Ananth Urs has done a good work of cinematography. Music by Stephen Prayog is okay.